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Langmann, A; Langmann, G; Rabensteiner, DF; Zenz, H; Boldin, I; Hausberger, S; Langner-Wegscheider, B; Mayer, C; Poschl, EM; Wohlfart, C; Palkovits, S; Wedrich, A.
New training regulation for medical doctors 2015: residents training in ophthalmology and optometry at the Department of Ophthalmology of the Medical University Graz
SPEKTRUM AUGENHEILKD. 2016; 30(1): 48-53. Doi: 10.1007/s00717-015-0278-1 [OPEN ACCESS]
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Führende Autor*innen der Med Uni Graz
Langmann Andrea
Co-Autor*innen der Med Uni Graz
Boldin Ingrid
Langmann Gerald
Langner-Wegscheider Beate Julia
Malle Eva Maria Birgit
Mayer-Xanthaki Christoph Fidel
Palkovits Stefan
Pinter-Hausberger Silke
Rabensteiner Dieter Franz
Wedrich Andreas
Wohlfart Christina
Zenz Harald

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On 29/05/2015 a new medical training order was issued by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Health, whose curricula were resolved on 19/6/2015 in the General Assembly of the Austrian Medical Association. For all new medical doctors registered no later than 01/06/2015 on the implementation of doctors amendment is thus legally valid, which means that with the earliest 01/03/2016 the first special technical basic training and with 01/06/2017 the first special technical emphasis training has to be offered. To be prepared for these changes, a group of colleagues worked on a concept including the structure, learning targets, national and international requirements and an electronic documentation of the new training programm. The project planning was carried out according to the RADAR logic of the EFQM model (European Foundation for Quality Management).

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